Leitourgia 1.-4. November i Skálholt Island

Leitourgia, nordiskt, liturgiskt nätværk, Årskonferens 2021, 1.-4. November i Skálholt Island.
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Leitourgia  1.-4. November  i Skálholt Island

TÍMI & STAÐSETTNING

01. nóv., 12:00 – 04. nóv., 12:00
Skálholt, Skálholt, Iceland

UM VIÐBURÐINN

Dear Leitourgia Friends.

The Board announces the happy news that the Conference for 2021 will be held in Skalholt, Iceland 1.- 4. November. Skalholt is the historical bishop‘s site, now a conference- and retreat center of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.

The Registration opens August 15th until October 1st.

Main Theme: Arctic Liturgy – today and tomorrow / Arktisk liturgi – i dag og i morgen.

Key Speakers:

Marion Grau, Norway; Professor of Systematic Theology, Ecumenism and Missiology

Sólveig Anna Bóasdóttir, Iceland; Professor of Theological Ethics

Sigríður Guðmarsdóttir; Iceland, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology.

The programm will also include a tour to the historical place Thingvellir and some secret treasures in the surrounding of Skalholt, as well as work in Seminar groups and Leitourgia‘s Årsmöte.

The Conference starts in Hallgrims Church in Reykjavik at 5 p.m. Monday 1st November and ends in Skalholt Thursday afternoon November 4th.

Participants can fly in on Monday and leave Thursday evening flight, Friday early flight or later. 

Accommodation and food: Invoice will be paid in Skálholt with a card.

Choice A: SEK 4870, Choice B: SEK 4550.

With best regards from the Board, and hope to meet you in Skalholt.

Margrét Bóasdóttir, Iceland

Jan Terje Christoffersen, Norway

Elin Marie Irgens, Norway

Johan Bastubacka, Finland

Karin Sundmark, Sweden

Peter Nätterlund, Sweden

Berit Weigand Berg, Denmark

Kjære venner av Leitourgia.

Styret for Leitourgia er glade for å gjøre kjent at årskonferansen 2021 vil finne sted på Skalholt i Island fra 1. – 4. november. Samlingen er lagt til Islands historiske bispesete på Skalholt som i dag tjener som Den evangeliske-lutherske kirkes konferansesenter.

Påmeldingen er åpen i perioden 15. august til 1. oktober.

Tema for konferansen er: Arctic Liturgy – today and tomorrow / Arktisk liturgi – i dag og i morgen.

Foredragsholdere:

Marion Grau, Norge: Professor i systematisk theology, økumenikk and missiologi.

Sólveig Anna Bóasdóttir, Island: Professor i teologisk etikk.

Sigríður Guðmarsdóttir; Island, Førsteamanuensis i praktisk teologi

Programmet inkluderer også en tur til det historiske stedet, Thingvellir, inkludert noen skjulte perler nær Skalholt. Seminargrupper og årsmøte er også viktige poster i programmet.

Konferansen innledes i Hallgrimskirken i Reykjavik mandag 1. november kl. 17.00 og avsluttes på Skalholt om ettermiddagen torsdag 4. november. Konferansedeltakerne kan ankomme Island mandag og dra tilbake med fly fredag morgen – eller senere. Mer praktisk informasjon og opplysninger priser vil vi om kort tid komme tilbake til.

Håper å møte deg på Skalholt.

Vennlig hilsen styret for Leitourgia.

Margrét Bóasdóttir, Island

Jan Terje Christoffersen, Norge

Elin Marie Irgens, Norge

Johan Bastubacka, Finland

Karin Sundmark, Sverige

Peter Nätterlund, Sverige

Berit Weigand Berg, Danmark

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Att Leitourgia är ett nordiskt nätverk betyder att deltagarna talar och skriver på sitt eget språk (med undantag för isländska och finska), vilket också avspeglas i hemsidans språkliga variationer. For mere information om Leitourgia: kontakt styrelsen

PROGRAMM

Leitourgia – nordiskt liturgiskt nätværk.

Program for the Conference in Skálholt 1.-4. november 2021

MAIN THEME:

Artic Liturgy – Today and tomorrow

Arktisk Liturgi i dag og i morgen.

We will explore from the roots of Christianity in Iceland the today’s liturgy and our liturgy for the future. The challenge and joy of living in the nordic countries and the arctic inculturation in worship.

Monday 1. November

Arrival of the participants to Reykjavik during the day.

Flybus goes from Keflavik Airport to Bus Terminal BSÍ. Walking distance to Hallgrímskirkja 8-10 minutes. Luggage can be stored at Hallgrimskirkja.

17.00 - Opening of Leitourgia 2021

Welcoming speech  and a short organ concert

17.40 – Bus (with luggage) from the church to Bergstadastræti 75.

Invitaion and dinner by Bishop Agnes M. Sigurðardóttir

20.00 Bus to Skalholt. (1.5hrs drive). Accommodation there.

Tuesday 2. November

From 08 – Breakfast

09.00 Morning prayer in Skálholtskirkja

09.30 Lecture and discussion (1.15 hrs) - Professor Marion Grau NO

10.45 – Coffee break

11.00 Seminar groups (2 hrs) – 4 groups

13.00- Lunch

14.00 Sight seeing; A walk through Skálholt Site and Church

15.30 - Coffee-time

16.15 – 2 shorter Lectures and discussion (1.5 hrs)  Árni Heimir Ingólfsson, musicologist, Viðar Stefánsson, pastor

17.45 – a short break

18.00-19.00 – Årsmöte

19.30 – Dinner

20.30 – Concert in Skálholtskirkja

21.15 – Completorium in Church

21.30 – Program finished. Time for get-together /relaxing.

Wednesday 3. November

From 07.30 – Breakfast

08.30 Morning prayer in Skálholtskirkja

09.00 Lecture and discussion (1.15 hrs) - Professor Solveig Anna Bóasdóttir.

10.15 – Coffee break

10.30 Seminar groups (1.5 hrs)

12.00 – Bus to Friðheimar Green house; Introduction and Lunch.

13.30 – Bus to Þingvellir

14.15 Arrival Þingvellir – greetings from The Head of the National Park, Einar Sæmundsen

14.30 – a short lecture (Þingvellir, Liturgy of the history, Pilgrimage)

Pastor Elínborg Sturludóttir

15.00 – walk through the old Parliament site to Þingvallakirkja,

15.45 – a short service with Holy communion, Bishop Kristján Valur Ingólfsson and Elínborg Sturludóttir

16.30 - Bus to Secret Lagoon(1 hrs drive)– Relaxing bath   ( sandwich&juice in bus)

19.15 – Departure from Secret Lagoon (15 min.drive)

20.00 – Festive Dinner with entertainments.

Thursday 4. November

From 08 – Breakfast

09.00 Morning prayer in Skálholtskirkja

09.30 – Lecture and discussion (1.15 hrs) - Professor Sigríður Guðmarsdóttir

10.45 – coffee break

11.00- 13.00 – Seminar groups (2.00 hrs)

13.00 – Lunch and Finale.

Afternoon: Bus from Skálholt to Reykjavik and Keflavik Airport  -departure to be announced.

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Lecturers:

Marion Grau, professor in systematic theology

Sólveig Anna Bóasdóttir, professor in ethics

Sigríður Guðmarsdóttir professor in practical theology

Árni Heimir Ingólfsson, musicologist

Viðar Stefánsson, pastor

Elínborg Sturludóttir, pastor

Kristján Valur Ingólfsson, bishop emeritus

Seminar Groups – Leaders:

Rit og liturgi – Tine Illum

Liturgi og teologi - Johan Bastubacka

Musik og teologi – Sirkku Rintamäki

Konsten, rummet, tingen – Heikki Ranta

DEILA VIÐBURÐINUM